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List of Mining Jobs

iMINCO List of Mining Jobs

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iMINCO has created a list of mining jobs to help people understand what types of mining jobs they can apply for.

This e-book is completely free and is perfect for people who are considering a career in the mining industry – but don’t know where to start.

Mining jobs for everyone

The mining industry is a magnet for people looking to step into a new career that offers a massive range of job roles. Many mining jobs are appeal to people who don’t have any mining experience, because the barriers to entry are quite low.

Times have changed in the mining industry. Jobs that are classed as entry-level are still available as mining in Australia shifts from the investment stage into the productivity stage.

Most mining jobs can pay very well and open the way for career development within the mining industry.

List of mining jobs e-book contents

  • Entry Level Mining Jobs
  • Mining Administration Jobs
  • Catering / Cleaning / Domestic Mining Jobs: entry level mining jobs
  • Drill and Blast Mining Jobs
  • Dump Truck Mining Jobs
  • Electrical Jobs In Mining
  • Finance Mining Jobs
  • Geologist Jobs In Mining
  • Health and Safety Jobs In Mining
  • Mine Machine Operators / All Rounder Jobs
  • Plant Maintenance & Vehicle Management
  • Mining Management Jobs
  • Mechanical / Fitter / Welder / Boilermaker Mining Jobs List
  • Mining Engineer Jobs
  • Mine Planning and Production Jobs
  • Trades and Services Mining Jobs
  • Truck Driving / Freight Management Jobs In Mining
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47 Comments

  1. simonrichardson_2@hotmail.com August 25, 2013 Reply

    hi guys
    im a trade carpenter for over years and now im looking at for a more secure role in my life could you recomend a entry level coarse and companys to look out for in qld

    • John August 26, 2013

      Hi Simon
      For people looking to get into the mining industry we recommend you do the following courses. If you want to work in Queensland in the mining industry, there is a Queensland government requirement for you to have first completed a Mining Induction safety course. This is a Mining Inspectorate initiative to educate first time workers in the industry in the safety and procedural policies you will be expected to understand before entering a mine site. This course is called the Standard 11 and it is a 2 day course with a pre-reading assessment to be completed before you attend day 1 of the course.

      In some cases, if you find employment with a contracting company to the larger mining companies, they may put you through their own mine-specific induction. Being a carpenter, it’s always advisable to complete your Work At Heights and Confined Spaces course as they are often required. If you don’t have these qualifications, then it can hamper your chances of getting an interview.

      Mining is all about safety Simon, you have to show mining companies you take safety very seriously and the fact you have invested your own money in doing training courses shows them you are serious about a career in the industry.

      Don’t just expect you can lob somewhere and walk into a mining job… times have changed, however, with the right qualifications (RII qualifications on your resume), the right mindset and a little bit of luck – you can break into the industry. Download the free e-book “Mining JObs Guide 2013″ – it’ll give you some good ideas on how to get a start in the industry. You can also Research the mining companies to build your knowledge.

      If you’re working in Queensland in a mining environment, you have to be fit and healthy too – you may need to complete a Coal Board Medical Examination

      Good luck with your job search Simon – I hope we have helped you in some way?

      John
      iMINCO Mining Information

      R.E. How can I get a start in the mines as a carpenter?

  2. susan.buckeridge@gmail.com June 10, 2013 Reply

    I am a registered nurse and would like to change my career environment to the mining sector. Could you please advise me how to apply for this? Regards Susan

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